The 43rd edition of the Goslings Invitational Golf Tournament is sold out with International players making up over 60% of the 105 golfers in the Field.
There is a star-studded field in the both the Professional and Amateur Divisions making this year’s Goslings Invitational one of the most anticipated in years.
On the Professional Division, Brad Adamonis a veteran of the PGA Tour makes his Inaugural Debut. Former Goslings Champion and Champions Tour player P.H. Horgan returns to Bermuda, while Former PGA Tour player and U.S. Open runner-up Mike Donald returns to the Goslings Invitational and has become a staple of the event.
Canada is always well represented and this year will be no different as Canadian PGA past Gosling champions including Brian McCann, Dave Wetlaufer and Billy Walsh are signed up.
Local professionals like Camiko Smith and Daniel Augustus are also primed to capture the Championship.
This year’s Invitational also boasts its strongest Amateur Field with the possibility of an amateur winning the entire tournament.
USGA Mid-Amateur Champion Matt Parziale will tee it up as he preps for his busy 2018 season that includes invites to the Masters, U.S. Open and U.S. Amateur.
Past Mid-Amateur Champion and two-time Walker Cup team member Jerry Courville. Herbie Aikens is a two-time Massachusetts Mid-Amateur Champion and Mass Pub Links champion and former University of Virginia standout Armory Davis.
The Net Divisions should also be competitive, especially the Senior Division with Bermuda’s Hav Trott looking to take home the Crown once again and perennial runner-up Glenn Kelley looking to breakthrough once again for the crown.
Malcolm Gosling is also in the Senior Division and we are told that he has his game dialed in and will be a threat at Port Royal and Belmont Hills.
In the Amateur Net Division, Adam Petty looks to make it back to back but there are some new players coming into the tournament that will make a stiff challenge.